Stephanie Chiori Set to launch her new Fashion Studio for Khavhia Woman

Lekki, Apr 1, 2020 ( - Stephanie Aleye Chiori - Also known as Stephanie Cole and formerly known as Stephanie Aleye Umogbai is a Nigerian Fashion Designer, Ex Beauty Queen, Actor, Commercial Model, Interior Designer and Decorator and business woman, an industrious lady and philanthropist, wife and mother. Originally from Fugar, Edo state Nigeria, but lives and work in Lagos, Nigeria.

After 3 years of successfully running her Ready to Wear fashion brand DVNX Designs, she's set to officially launch her new fashion brand Khavhia Woman, a brand that caters for luxury bespoke bridal wears, Asoebi, luxury bridal fabrics, fashion accessories, alterations and dresses for red carpet and special occasions.

She's opening a state of the art massive fashion studio in Ikota Lekki area of Lagos with high class services for customers in May 2020.

In her words, I started the Khavhia Woman brand to cater for the traditional, sophisticated, classy and chic brides, bridesmaids and Asoebi Ladies by creating luxury bespoke Princess dresses tailored to fit.
We design and create customer-specific designs, elegant gowns and dresses to suit the needs and desires of our clientele.

We had seen a need where our brides or customers needed assistance in finding their dream dress as they most likely would not have found it anyway on the shop rails and them also wanting a gown tailored to their size and to their choice.

Khavhia Woman was created for the non traditional bride, bridesmaids and ladies who want to stand out, ladies who love details as we are big on detail and the bride who wants a dress designed to their own taste bringing out their individuality and a dress that best brings out their personality.
If you are looking for opulence, luxury service and fabrics with handmade exquisite detail without breaking bank then visit our studio. Every individual design is put together to make each individual be the princess of the day with heads turning from every angle.

We know buying online can be daunting as you do not know whether you will get your actual dream dress or whether you will receive it at all. We give our customer peace of mind by constantly being in communication with them and by including them in the process of their garment production.

Since the unofficial launch of the brand, she has clothed Nigerian stars like Anto of big brother Nigeria tv show, beautiful actress Nancy Isime, Annie Idibia and so many others.

Media Contact

Khavhia Woman

+234 809 066 6024

12A Ikota Villa Gate 2, beside Mega Chicken, Eti-Osa 105102, Lekki, Nigeria

Source :Khavhia Woman

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